Dike by Hannah Benitez

Urbanite Theatre

"Morgan Meadows is splendid as Marion, her Irish classmate and close confidant, a character whose pivotal turn in the third scene proves instrumental to the play's success."

-The Bradenton Times

"Miss Meadows portrayed Marion as the playful Irish ... She also added lightheartedness to this play and rounded off Rachel's character with her sweet, living life to its fullest, disposition."

-Broadway World

"Meadows is playful and eager to explore a sense of freedom that she has denied herself..."

-The Herald Tribune

"It’s a play without a hitch... the actresses are on point, and you can lose yourself in the production, which is a gift not given at every play I’ve seen this past year.

-Creative Loafing Tampa Bay

HAIR 

Firehouse Theatre

"...But the standout performance comes in the form of Morgan Meadows' Crissy.

Her beautiful vocals are complemented by a

fantastic performance when [the] guitarist joins her onstage for a beautifully stripped down rendition of 'Frank Mills.

-Broadway World

"I found myself repeatedly drawn to the emotional power and the expressiveness Morgan Meadows' face exudes every time she is on stage." 

-ShowBizRadio

Life Could Be A Dream

Swift Creek Mill Playhouse

 

"The lovely Morgan Meadows, who not so long ago wowed the Richmond crowd with her performance in "bare: a pop opera,

lends [her] powerful voice and stage presence, raising the bar and challenging new levels of excellence."

-Richmond Times Dispatch

"This is not the first time I have seen Meadows perform and I hope it’s not the last. Meadows has such beautiful clarity in her sound, there is a soulful sweetness to her style that is very endearing."

-GayRVA

"Meadows’ vocal talents are showcased in a unique and challenging arrangement of one of my favorite oldies, 'I Only Have Eyes for You.'"

-Richmond Family Magazine

Jupiter's Lifeless Moons

by Dane Terry

Performance Space New York

"Flanked by a powerhouse trio of goth glam women who do everything from the Andrew’s Sisters and a drag number to Italian arias— Terry shepherds us through storytelling, theater, and song on an absurdist Lynchian dive..."
-CultureBot NYC

"These gifted and stunning backup singers serve as the chorus for the entire play and redefine the limits of vocal range, from Drag show to opera aria."

-Exeunt NYC

bare: a pop opera

Richmond Triangle Players

*Nomination for Best Lead Actress in a Musical, Richmond Theatre Critic's Circle

"The most heartfelt dramatic moments are saved for Morgan Meadows as Ivy. Meadows' tears were so genuine and

clearly came straight from her heart."

-ShowBiz Radio

"But its Meadows' Ivy - both vulnerable and fragile- who is the emotional powerhouse here: ...Meadows' "All Grown Up" discloses a painful truth of growing up: We never truly leave behind the blissful irresponsibility of childhood."

-GayRVA

Max Vernon's

Existential Life Crisis Lullaby

Joe's Pub

 

Max Vernon - the songwriter described by The New Yorker as "equal parts Bohemia and Broadway" - will launch his first ever residency at Joe's Pub at The Public this fall, Existential Life Crisis Lullaby, with special musical guests 

Tonya PinkinsDaphne Rubin-VegaAnnie GoldenMJ RodriguezGizel Jimenez, Chrissi Poland Veronica Swift, Morgan Meadows, and Avery Leigh Draut.

 

Vernon received the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Musical, three Drama Desk Award nominations, a Jonathan Larson Grant and the Richard Rodgers Award for his musicals The View UpStairs and KPOP, both of which had critically-acclaimed extended Off-Broadway runs last year. Following a sold-out debut at the Kennedy Center last year, Vernon is returning to the New York nightclub stage for three nights of high spectacle, high fashion, and high belted F sharps. 

-Broadway World News Desk

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